201 House Democrats Join Workers to Support NLRB Nominees

July 9, 2013

For 78 years, the National Labor Rights Board (NLRB) has safeguarded the rights of workers to organize and collectively bargain to improve their wages, benefits, and workplace environment.  Next month, the NLRB’s power to protect more than 80 million private sector workers could be further limited when the term of one of the current members is set to expire, leaving the board inoperable and without a quorum.

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